What Does Panhandle Mean?


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A panhandle basically is a casual geographic expression for a stretched out tail-like projection of a geo-political unit, like a sub national entity or a sovereign state. The expression is derived from the analogous portion of a cooking pan and its application is usually restricted to the United States.

A panhandle is alike to a peninsula in outline, but dissimilar to a peninsula it is not bounded by water on all three parts or linked to a geographical mainland. Where as a panhandle is enclosed by a ground margin on at least one section and stretches out from the bigger geographical body of the organisational division. Some of the Panhandles in the United States are, Alaska Panhandle, Connecticut Panhandle, and the Florida Panhandle

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